Can Nigeria's Military Power Stop Terrorism?
President Goodluck Jonathan tasked the army to evolve new strategies that would address the security challenges facing the country before the entire nation is completely wiped out from the comity of nations.
This Day, 28 November 2012
The Nigeria Police Force has earmarked N2 billion out of its 2013 budget of N319 billion for logistics, intelligence gathering and purchase of anti-terror equipment.read more »
Leadership, 27 November 2012
In the face of rising terrorism in the country, the Nigeria Police Force is to spend N2,798, 030, 985 billion to fund logistics, intelligence gathering and purchase of anti-terror... read more »
Daily Trust, 27 November 2012
President Goodluck Jonathan yesterday tasked the Nigerian Army to evolve new strategies that would address the security challenges facing the country before the entire nation is... read more »
There are conflicting reports on the number of detainees recaptured after an attack by unknown gunmen on the Special Anti-Robbery Squad headquarters in Abuja that freed dozens. Read more »
The claims by the Inspector General of Police Mohamed Abubakar that the delay in the amendment of the Anti-Terrorism Bill has hampered the prosecution of Boko Haram suspects, is ... Read more »